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Uber's appeal against losing its licence in London will be heard in May or June next year, a court determined Monday.


London's first Asian-origin mayor Sadiq Khan said the British government should apologise for a colonial-era massacre in India as he visited the site on Wednesday.

Britain is “very close” to agreeing the size of its Brexit bill, Ireland’s EU commissioner said on Wednesday (Nov 29), but reports that the divorce settlement could be up to €55 billion

Britain's Prince Harry said Monday he was "thrilled" to be marrying his American girlfriend Meghan Markle early next year, confirming months of speculation about the one-time playboy royal

The head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) said Sunday (Nov 26) it would not be "the end of the world" if Britain failed to reach a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, but there would


Britain's Africa minister Rory Stewart arrived in Zimbabwe on Thursday (Nov 23) for wide-ranging talks, ahead of the inauguration of a new president following Robert Mugabe's dramatic



UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond delivered his Budget to Parliament on Wednesday (Nov 22), announcing his intention to "build a Britain fit for the future" despite slashing government

Senior British ministers have agreed to offer more money to Brussels in Brexit negotiations, but only as part of a final deal on leaving the EU, a government source said Tuesday (Nov 21).


Sexual harassment scandals, resignations, splits: Britain's government is looking increasingly fragile at a time when it should be operating at full throttle for Brexit negotiations, analysts said

Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday to confront the Brexiteers in her cabinet and offer greater concessions to the EU.


Verhofstadt told The Mail on Sunday newspaper that May should confront Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and other Brexit cheerleaders and outline what sort of trade deal she wants, following this week's summit in Brussels.

European Union leaders threw May a lifeline in Brexit talks on Friday, agreeing at the summit to start preparations for the next stage of negotiations on post-Brexit trade and a transition deal.